Muslims don't eat dogs, but Vietnamese do

by Jack Cashill -- It turns out that the president may have taken an unnecessary hit with the revelation last week that the "Barack Obama" character in "Dreams from My Father," his more…

George Zimmerman, meet Steven Nary

by Jack Cashill -- Earlier this evening, Florida State Attorney Angela Corey, the special prosecutor in the George Zimmerman case, filed second-degree murder charges against him in the death of Trayvon Martin. more…

Trayvon and inconvenient truth

by Jack Cashill -- On March 8, 1971, my friends from grad school and I drove from Purdue in my yellow VW bug to watch a large-screen presentation of the first Ali-Frazier more…

The Peruvian-American killer media ignore

by Jack Cashill -- On March 15, 2012, just a few days before the story of Trayvon Martin's killing in Florida became a national sensation, Jose Carranza, 32, found his way back more…

Why the Ayers family helped Obama

by Jack Cashill -- As Jerome Corsi reported Tuesday in WND, there is excellent reason to believe that Bill Ayers' parents, Tom and Mary Ayers, helped put Barack Obama through Harvard Law more…

Will WaPo author un-tell Obama's 'story'?

by Jack Cashill -- The Washington Post's David Maraniss has a book coming out in June with the intriguing title, "Barack Obama: The Story." The word "story" suggests a variation from "the more…

BHO's sexually confused caretakers

by Jack Cashill -- This past week, without really intending to, the Associated Press provided another clue into Barack Obama's troubled identity with a sympathetic story on the president's "transgender former nanny." more…

20 years of the media memory hole

by Jack Cashill -- If I had to pick a date when the mainstream media became fully vested in protecting Democratic interests, it would be March 11, 1992, the day Bill Clinton more…

'The Obamas' author and the Ministry of Truth

by Jack Cashill -- After reading Jodi Kantor's much discussed, allegedly critical look at the White House, "The Obamas," I have to conclude that even those mainstream reporters who want to write more…